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down into correct and glowing rhet
oric before they get into print, and
so the country loses some of the
most interesting things said by its
representatives. Yet some of Colo
nel Hepburn’s remarks about the
Nicaragua canal bill deserve a bet
ter fate. Thus lie declared that
there was “a trend in the air” in
favor of the Nicaragua route.
Wouldn’t a trend that got into the
air be apt to collide with Sir Boyle
Jn the same debate Colonel Hep
burn spoke of “the wafting of the
sailing vessels that desire to cross
the continent.” An unappreciative
listener suggested that Colonel Hep
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Didn’t Interrupt His Nap.
Senator Culberson of Texas is
credited with telling a good court
story. It happened down in Mr.
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when his father was engaged in a
In the midst of Judge Culberson’s
argument the sheriff approached the
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“TIIEIiE’S A MAN ASLEEP PACK HEBE."
bench and indicated a desire to ad
dress the court.
“If your honor please,” said the
sheriff, “there is a man asleep back
here on a bench, and he is snoring
“After he wakes up you enn ex
clude him from t ho courtroom,” sol
emnly responded the judge.
The Only News.
The St. Louis Post-Dispatch pub
lished this clever little story about
the late Lord Dufferin: “One time
the late Lord Dufferin was return
ing to Ireland from a diplomatic
mission to be married, his engage
ment to the beautiful Miss Hamil
ton having just been announced.
He landed one evening on the plat
form of a small country station near
Clandeboye, his home, and hired a
man to drive him the four or five
miles, but he was so muffled up that
tho driver failed to recognize him.
Presently Lord Dufferin asked, ‘Any
news about here?’ ‘No news,’
grumpily replied the man, ‘except
that the beautiful Miss Hamilton is
going to marry that ugly fellow
A Bit Too Genteel.
When asked what he thought of
a certain golf captain, a Scotch cad
die said, “Weel, sir, he’s a verra
nice gentleman an’ a good gaufer,
but lie’s awfu’ nerra—awfu’ nerra.”
“Narrow! What do you mean, Don
ald?” “Weel, sir, it wis this way:
Efter the game was over and I had
carried his clubs tip tae the house
lie says, ‘Donald, will ye have a
draw?’ And I said, ‘I do be verra
please/ So he gets the bottle, an’
he pourin’ nwa’ intae a glass, an’ I,
wantin’ tae be genteel, says: ‘Stop!
Stop!’ An’ he stopped.”
A Poetical Hangman.
The British hangman died re
cently. His predecessor in office
invented the “long drop” and
strongly affirmed that it was a spe
cially humane method of dealing
with small and light malefactors.
In urging the merits of his inven
tion he referred to the precedent of
a certain murderer with romantic
eloquence. “There was the late Mr.
Peace, sir. Well, Mr. Peace was a
very small gentleman, and I gave
’im the long drop, and he went off
as gentle as a summer’s eve.”
An old clergyman who formerly
lived in Maine was remarkable for
his eccentric ideas and sayings.
Among other curious ways he was
in the habit of asking a blessing on
each particular thing on the table.
At breakfast one morning there was
some bear meat, and his petition
was as followa; “Lord, bless the cof
fee, bless the bread and butter, but
as to the bear meat, Lord, I don’t
know what to say.”
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Emperor Francis Joseph of Aus
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habits. At G o’clock in the morning
he takes his breakfast, consisting of
some , cold meat, coffee and fresh
made bread and cake. Between 12
and 1 o’clock ho takes his dejeuner,
two dishes of meat and some ordi
nary pastry. Dinner is served at 6
o’clock sharp. All his meals are
served in his library at his writing
desk. Not even a tablecloth is
spread. His personal valet on duty
receives the dishes in an antecham
ber on a large tray and puts the
tray before the emperor on his desk.
Often the emperor takes a spoonful
of soup between two signatures. He
is a very busy man. With the meal
the menu for next day’s dinner is
sent up and laid before the emperor.
It contains two soups, patties, fish,
two entrees, two roasts, two desserts,
pastry, cheese, fruit, etc., and the
emperor with a blue pencil crosses
off whatever he does not want. The
emperor does not care much for
wine. He prefers a glass of beer.
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This latter method is very unusu
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A French View of England.
A London paper prints the fol
lowing story: Some copybooks which
are being issued at the French
schools contain pictures of English
troops suffering defeat at the hands
of the Boers, and the letterpress is
written in this vein: “The English
army * * * is not a national army
like that of France. Kidnaping is
the sole method of recruiting em
ployed on the other side of the chan
nel. It is chiefly in London, at
Trafalgar place, that this abomina
ble white slave trade is carried on.”
It goes on to describe the recruits
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great cities,” allured by primises of
gin, “the national English drink,”
and it concludes with the statement
that the English soldiers are a set
of drunkards. When such libels
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English Floors Bernhardt.
After a determined effort lasting
over a period of months Sarah Bern
hardt lias given up trying to learn
English. All her brilliant talent
was not sufficient to give her mas
tery over or even fair proficiency in
the composite language. Mme. Bern
hardt at first attempted the task
without aid, but soon found it was
more difficult than she had imagin
ed. Then she secured as tutor an
American actress. The latter work
ed long and faithfully with the tra
gedienne, whom, to her amazement,
she found a stupid pupil. Bern
hardt tried very hard, hut it was
no use. One day in a fine frenzy
she called upon the gods to destroy
Shakespeare and all his works and
declared most forcibly and with em
phasis that she would have no more
to do with English. Chicago
Goldfish Versus Mosquitoes.
Admirers of goldfish as house
pets and ornaments for aquariums
and artificial ponds may be able to
show that their favorites have some
thing besides their beauty to recom
mend them. Frofessor W. L. Un
derwood of the Massachusetts Insti
tute of Technology reports that
mosquito larvag are favorite food for
goldfish. He has made many experi
ments that prove the fact, and he
suggests that the introduction of
goldfish in many small bodies of wa
ter where mosquitoes breed would
be preferable to the use of kerosene
in destroying the pests. Goldfish,
he finds, will thrive in our natural
northern waters and can easily bo
bred in any sheltered pond where
the water is not fed by too many
A writer in the Boston Journal
knows a man, an intense American,
who believes in the superiority of
the most stupid American over the
most learned or brilliant foreigner.
He calls all foreigners, of whatever
country they may be, “dagos.” The
Emperor William, the czar, Rich
ard Strauss, Sardou, Ibsen, Maeter
linck, the Chinese minister, Marco
ni—they are to him all “dagos,” as
were Goethe, Peter the Great, Co
lumbus, Omar Khayyam, Confucius,
George Sand. He always refers to
Americans as “God’s own.”
Oil Wells and Earthquakes.
Los Angeles is said to have expe
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the oilfields in that city have been
opened, and the opinion is gaining
ground that the tremors which fre
quently occurred before the wells in
operation were bored were in some
way associated with the accumulat
ing of natural gas in the oil meas
ures. The wells now give a vent to
the gas and relieve the strain on the
There is a quatrain in an old
English operetta, says the London
Globe, which has some present ap
Ota, the Englishman has a courage rare;
He’s of tyranta a stern resister.
Though he may net speak In Trafalgal
Or are 4 his deceased wife’s stater.
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